Guinevere, a fighter in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, is rarely picked during matches in-game. However, with a proper understanding and experience in her gameplay, players can get the best out of Guinevere and achieve exceptional results on the battlefield. Players who wish to perform well on the battlefield should thoroughly understand when and how one should use Guinevere to achieve such results. In this Mobile Legends guide, we will be taking a look at Guinevere and her Skills, Best Build, Emblem, and Spells, along with gameplay tips that will guarantee a higher chance at winning and becoming the MVP of the team!
We have previously discussed how to master playing with other Mobile Legends heroes like Miya, Ling, Wanwan, Pharsa, Carmilla, Silvanna, Hayabusa, Atlas, Luo Yi, Yu Zhong, Aurora, Khaleed, Freya, Khufra, X.Borg, Lesley, Tigreal, Hylos, Valir, Cecilion, Lylia, Uranus, Barats, Odette, Angela, Vale, Rafaela, Hanzo, Esmeralda, Brody, Lapu-Lapu, Nana, Benedetta, Hilda, Mathilda, Selena, Miya, Jawhead, Chou, Paquito, Thamuz, Lunox, Yi Sun-Shin, Yve, Gatotkaca, Karrie, Ruby, Beatrix, Gloo, Argus, Baxia, Granger, Phoveus, Hanabi, Alpha, Harley, Karina, Eudora, Natan, Dyrroth, Balmond, and Aulus. So make sure to check these hero guides as well. For now, let’s focus on Guinevere.
Just like most heroes, Guinevere has a basic set of one Passive and 3 Active Skills. Despite being a fighter, her skills mainly revolve around dealing Magic Damage to enemy targets (heroes, minions, jungle monsters, etc.). Guinevere’s second skill Spatial Migration also provides her with added mobility and some Crowd Control (CC) abilities, by knocking enemies airborne. In this Guinevere guide, let’s see what her skills do exactly and how to get the most out of them in Mobile Legends.
Passive – Super Magic
Guinevere deals 25% increased damage to airborne enemies. Guinevere’s mastery of magic allows her basic attack to deal (+80% Total Physical ATK) (+60% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage. Guinevere accumulates Super Magic each time she deals damage. When she is fully charged, her next basic attack will become guided, dealing 80 (+100% Total Physical ATK) (+120% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage and restoring 8% of her lost HP.
Skill 1 – Energy Wave
Guinevere releases an energy orb, dealing 300/345/390/435/480/525 (+130% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage to enemies in a line slowing them by 50% for 1.2 seconds. Hitting any target reduces all of her skills Cooldowns (CDs) by 1 second.
Skill 2 – Spatial Migration
Guinevere thumps at the target location for 250/280/310/340/370/400 (+80% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage. Enemy Heroes and Creeps hit will be knocked airborne for 1 second and take 125/140/155/170/185/200 (+50% Total Magic Power) additional Magic Damage.
After the cast, Guinevere can reactivate skill in 5 seconds to blink toward the target direction and leave an illusion behind. If the illusion takes damage, it restores Super Magic for Guinevere and will explode in 1.5 seconds, dealing 100 (+30% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage to nearby enemies.
Skill 3 (Ultimate) – Violet Requiem
Guinevere creates a force field around her, attacking nearby enemies 11 times within 2 seconds, dealing 650/780/910 (+500% Total Magic Power) Magic Damage in total. If the enemy hit is already airborne, they will be knocked airborne again, up to 6 additional times. Guinevere is immune to Crowd Control (CC) while casting this skill.
Skill-up method for Guinevere
It is advised that players unlock Skill 1 at the beginning of a match before maxing up the level of Guinevere’s Energy Wave (Skill 1) to Level 6 wherever possible in order to greatly increase the amount of damage. However, upgrade Spatial Migration (Skill 2) when it is compulsory to do so, and Violet Requiem (Skill 3) whenever possible.
Best Emblem Set and Spells for Guinevere in Mobile Legends
Despite being a Fighter, as Guinevere mainly deals Magic Damage to enemy targets, players should use a Custom Mage Emblem by spending Talent Points on Agility for added Movement Speed (SPD), Observation for added Magical Penetration (PEN), and Mystery Shop in order to purchase the equipment at a lower price.
Aegis is considered to be the best spell for Guinevere. Aegis can prove to be very useful in 1v1 situations with enemy heroes and will also greatly increase her chances of survival in such situations.
Purify is another alternative players can choose to consider. Should players face an enemy team with extremely High CC (Crowd Control) skills, they can use Purify to escape ambushes along with Spatial Migration (Skill 2) or prevent the cancellation of her skills.
Best Builds for Guinevere in Mobile Legends
When playing Guinevere, players should use builds that will mainly increase their Magic Power, Mana, Mana Regen, Hit Points (HP) as well as Cooldown Reduction in order to get the best gameplay out of her. Our recommended build includes Arcane Boots, Concentrated Energy, Calamity Reaper, Fleeting Time, Holy Crystal, and Immortality.
Arcane Boots will help to increase Guinevere’s Movement Speed and Magic Penetration (PEN). Concentrated Energy, Calamity Reaper, Fleeting Time, and Holy Crystal will mainly increase Guinevere’s Magic Power, Mana, Mana Regen, and provide Cooldown Reduction for her skills. Last but not least, Immortality will improve her durability and chances of survival in teamfights with a great increase in Hit Points (HP) and Physical Defense.
Mobile Legends Guinevere Gameplay Tips
Guinevere is a very strong fighter in the current meta, but any player will need a good understanding of the map to excel at the game. In our opinion, we feel that Guinevere is a hero that is quite strong in all three segments. Our Mobile Legends Guinevere guide includes the perfect game plan for the early, mid, and late game. However, a player must need a good understanding of the map to bring the best out of any hero.
In the early game, once you have reached your lane of choice, use Energy Wave (Skill 1) to check whether there are enemies who have already reached the same lane and are hiding in the bushes, as they may be planning to initiate an ambush against you and/or your allies. Energy Wave (Skill 1) can also be used to poke enemies to gain crucial lane control.
When low on HP, use the first phase of Spatial Migration (Skill 2) to first stun enemies, before using the second phase of the same skill to flee the area and reach safety, where you can either regenerate your HP or recall to base.
When in team fights, attempt a combo by using the first phase of Spatial Migration (Skill 2) to knock enemies up airborne before using Violet Requiem (Skill 3) to knock them airborne again, up to 6 times.
Heroes that Guinevere can counter
Being a fighter that can deal massive damage output to enemy subjects, Guinevere is extremely strong against heroes with less or even no Crowd Control (CC) skills, who are unable to prevent the cancellation of her skills, allowing her to land attacks effectively. Alucard and Karrie are heroes who Guinevere can successfully defeat.
Heroes that can counter Guinevere
Similarly, Guinevere’s skillset puts her in an extremely vulnerable position when faces against enemies with extremely high Crowd Control (CC) skills, who may utilize such skills to cancel the casting of Guinevere’s skills, thus preventing her from dealing damage to enemies. Chou and Johnson are heroes who can put up a stronghold against Guinevere.
Overall Guinevere is a fighter hero who has a fairly simple kit but when used properly can be incredibly difficult to deal with. The guide here will help you out on how to maximize the most out of this hero. You can also refer to our latest tier list to know more about the revamped meta heroes in this current season.
That’s all for today’s Mobile Legends Guinevere Guide. Do you prefer to use Guinevere in any other way? Let us know in the comment section below!